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“We can build a better Bill” - Alliance welcomes Committee report on ‘Future Generations’ law

28 November 2014

An Alliance of nearly 30 Welsh organisations has welcomed a new report [1] by Assembly Members, recommending changes to the Welsh Government’s flagship Well-being of Future Generations Bill. Read “We can build a better Bill” - Alliance welcomes Committee report on ‘Future Generations’ law

WWF welcomes extension of Amazon soy moratorium

26 November 2014

WWF welcomes a further ban on growing soy in recently deforested land in the Amazon. The new agreement, signed in Brasilia on Tuesday includes an important new commitment that all parties implement the Forest Code and adopt good agricultural practices when farming soy. 

Read WWF welcomes extension of Amazon soy moratorium

WWF REPORT REVEALS THE SHOCKING STATE OF ENGLAND’S CHALK STREAMS

24 November 2014

Over three quarters of England’s unique chalk streams are failing to meet the required ‘good ecological status’ threatening some of the country’s most precious and irreplaceable countryside according to a report by WWF-UK.   Read WWF REPORT REVEALS THE SHOCKING STATE OF ENGLAND’S CHALK STREAMS

WWF response to UNEP Emission Gap Report

19 November 2014

WWF’s Chief Executive David Nussbaum said:  Read WWF response to UNEP Emission Gap Report

Monty the Penguin with Becky

WWF and John Lewis partnership will help protect Adélie

11 November 2014

John Lewis’s Christmas advert, Monty’s Christmas, is helping one of its official charity partners WWF raise awareness and deliver much needed support to protect the Antarctic home of real life “Monty and Mabel” Adélie Penguins at the South Pole. Read WWF and John Lewis partnership will help protect Adélie

WWF Cymru: Coal report poses questions for Welsh Government

10 November 2014

A new report highlighting the gap between UK energy plans and climate change goals poses serious questions for Welsh Government, according to WWF Cymru. Read WWF Cymru: Coal report poses questions for Welsh Government

Government must ensure old coal does not jeopardise climate change goals

10 November 2014

The Government has recognised the threat which coal poses to UK climate change goals and has announced its intention to phase out existing coal over next 10-15 years [1]. Read Government must ensure old coal does not jeopardise climate change goals

Andy Murray

Andy Murray becomes global ambassador for WWF to help fight poaching and illegal wildlife trade

06 November 2014

Tennis star Andy Murray has today become a global ambassador for WWF supporting the fight against poaching and illegal wildlife trade.  The world number six seed will be helping to raise awareness and support an initiative in Nepal that trains dogs to track down poaching activity within and around Chitwan National Park.   Read Andy Murray becomes global ambassador for WWF to help fight poaching and illegal wildlife trade

Now politicians must show leadership on climate change

03 November 2014

The world’s leading climate scientists published their final scientific report ahead of the crucial climate change negotiations which will take place in Lima in December and conclude in Paris next year.  Read Now politicians must show leadership on climate change

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